Detailed Explanation of AngularJS and How its working? Definition of AngularJS as put by its official documentation is as follows: “AngularJS is a structural framework for dynamic web apps. It lets you use HTML as your template language and lets you extend HTML’s syntax to express your application’s components clearly and succinctly. Angular’s data binding … Continue reading Detailed Explanation of How angularJS working
Difference between angular-route and angular-ui-router ui-router is a 3rd-party module and is very powerful. It supports everything the normal ngRoute can do as well as many extra functions. Here are some common reason ui-router is chosen over ngRoute: ui-router allows for nested views and multiple named views. This is very useful with larger app where … Continue reading Difference between angular-route and angular-ui-router
Why should I use UI-Router in AngularJS? Multiple views: Most applications can be broken up into regions. At a minimum, applications usually have a header, a main content area, and a footer. Commonly, applications may have an additional sidebar on the left or right side of the page as shown below. In most use cases, … Continue reading Why should I use UI-Router in AngularJS
AngularJS service vs factory – with example, Understanding AngularJS Factory and Service. What is an AngularJS service or factory? What is an AngularJS service or factory? Singleton. Yes! That one word is enough to define AngularJS services. The purpose of AngularJS service / factory function is to generate a single object or function that represents the service to … Continue reading Understanding AngularJS Factory and Service
How can I set JAVA_HOME on Ubuntu 14.04? There are two common places where you can put the JAVA_HOME variable: ~/.bashrc ~/.profile The difference is that the first file is run when you start a terminal. This makes sense because most programs that you need to use when you program in Java are command line … Continue reading How can I set JAVA_HOME on Ubuntu 14.04?
What is the difference between JVM, DVM, KVM and ART? Conceptually, there is little difference from an application level between a DVM and a JVM. Architecturally, there is a major difference between the register based DVM and the stack-based JVM. Both use a VM code model. However, the DVM uses register based opcodes that are … Continue reading What is the difference between JVM, DVM, KVM and ART?
How to solve malware installed automatically in the system directory? Note: the following method is risky, you may delete core modules and your device will end up in bootloop or not booting at all. Do it at your own risk. You’ll need to root your device and install BusyBox (from Google Play). Download Minimal ADB … Continue reading How to solve malware installed automatically in the system directory?
How can I login to Whatsapp Web without scanning the QR code? You can’t, you need to scann with Whatsapp, if you scann the QR code with a normal reader, how a website or similar, you only get a plain text. Whatsapp send that text to your own server to enable you a session in … Continue reading How can I login to Whatsapp Web without scanning the QR code?
Why I can’t scan the Whatsapp QR in Samsung Galaxy Ace? First of all – you have to scan the QR-Code with the scanner that is built in WhatsApp. Not with some 3rd-party scanner-app. Click on “Whatsapp Web”, then the scanner opens immediately. BUT – apparently there is a problem with devices that have a … Continue reading Why I can’t scan the Whatsapp QR in Samsung Galaxy Ace?
Why Whatsapp and Zygote asking for root permission? Since yesterday, WhatsApp and Zygote have been asking for root permissions on my phone via supersu. Apparently zygote is a system app. Is this malware? It is unlikely for WhatsApp to need root privileges, and impossible for zygote to ask for it. Zygote is an essential system … Continue reading Why Whatsapp and Zygote asking for root permission?